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~White Station Elementary's Mission~

The mission of the White Station Elementary community is to provide a high performing learning environment that prepares students to become college and career ready.  We are SPARTANS:

                                                  S - Students

                                                  P - Persevering

                                                  A - Achieving, and

                                                  R - Rigorously Reaching High Goals

                                                  T- Toward

                                                  A - Attaining

                                                  N - Noble

                                                  S - Standards of Excellence

 

~White Station Elementary's Shared Vision~

 

White Station Elementary is a competitive, high-performing school that       partners with stakeholders to produce college and career ready students.

 

~White Station Elementary's Beliefs~

The White Station Elementary community believes:

  • All students can learn.
  • All students can become college and career ready.
  • Each student is a valued individual with unique physical and intellectual needs.
  • All students should be provided a variety of instructional strategies to challenge and support their learning.
  • Mutual respect is essential among students, teachers, parents, administrators, and stakeholders to foster a productive learning environment.
  • Students, teachers, parents, administrators, and stakeholders share responsibility for holding high expectations regarding learning and advancing the school’s mission.

 

 

Core Values

Spartans are:

 Scholars

   Productive

  Achievers

   Respectful

Thinkers

 Articulate

 Nurturing

 Strategic

 
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